Walk or drive along this famous street to view some of the most spectacular buildings in Ontario. Sussex Drive was originally ... More
Walk or drive along this famous street to view some of the most spectacular buildings in Ontario. Sussex Drive was originally divided into three separate streets which, in the 19th Century, were merged together. Today it begins at Rideau Street and runs North until it turns into Rockcliffe Parkway. Some places to take note of along the way: The Prime Minister's Residence at 24 Sussex Drive, the embassies of France and the United States, and the National Gallery of Canada.
You'll be surprised to find a fully functioning farm in the middle of the city! Located in the heart of
the Central Experimental Farm , the museum pays tribute to traditional and modern farming practices in Canada. An exhibit ...
A walk through this heritage building, which chronicles Canada's natural history, will take you back in time to when dinosaurs
roamed the landscape and glaciers covered 80 per cent of the country's landmass. Exhibits examine the country's biodiversity, the ...
Whether you're searching for your family history or doing a serious research project, you'll find yourself fascinated by Canadian archival
heritage. Founded in 1872 to preserve Canadian history, these archives house millions of government records, text, photographs, films, maps ...
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